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Saving To Disk Problem

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Buddha1234, Jan 18, 2002.

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  1. Buddha1234

    Buddha1234 Thread Starter

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    Hi.I used to save a lot of my web pages and documents to floppys.Tonight i tried saving a web page to a blank CD.It came up as "you do not have permission to open this file"..I then tried to save a microsoft word document to disc and it wouldnt let me because the folder is read only...How can i rectify this?
     
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    To change from Read Only, highlight the file or folder in Windows Explorer, right click, click Properties, at the bottom of the Properties box is Attributes, change from Read Only to Archive.
     
  3. slipe

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    What CD writer and burning software are you using? Did you format a CD for packet writing so it shows up as a drive in Windows Explorer and you can drag stuff to it? CDR or RW?

    Your best bet for the web page is probably to File>Save as to a folder on your HD and then record that.
     
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